NHL.com "Blues forward Maxim Lapierre has been activated from injured reserve after missing five games with a lower-body injury. Lapierre was injured late in the Jan. 10 game against the Vancouver Canucks. In 29 games this season, Lapierre has six goals and three assists (nine points). In..." January 23
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Blues forward Maxim Lapierre will have missed five games when his suspension is complete, but because of the club’s light schedule in late October, 16 days will pass from the time of his hit on San Jose’s Dan Boyle until the first game he’s eligible to play. “It is really long right now,” said..." October 29
CBSSports.com "The NHL Department of Player Safety has suspended St. Louis Blues forward Maxim Lapierre five games for his hit on San Jose Sharks defenseman Dan Boyle. Lapierre had an in-person hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety Friday in New York which allowed for a suspension of more than five..." October 18
NHL.com "St. Louis Blues forward Maxim Lapierre has agreed to an in-person hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety for an incident against the San Jose Sharks at Scottrade Center on Oct 15. The hearing will take place Friday afternoon. Lapierre was offered the opportunity for an in-person..." October 17
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Blues forward Maxim Lapierre is headed to New York for a meeting with the NHL's Department of Player Safety following his hit on San Jose defenseman Dan Boyle. In the first period of the Sharks' 6-2 win over the Blues Tuesday Lapierre pushed Boyle face-first into the dasher-board knocking him..." October 16
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Over the years there have been a few memorable ones — proverbial players Blues fans despise when they’re on the opposition and absolutely adore once they put on the hometown sweater. The most unpopular or popular as it were include Geoff Courtnall Garth Butcher Harold Snepsts Esa Tikkanen Dallas..." September 01
Max Lapierre's deal with STL is for two years and a total of $2.2M.